The rain.--Bakarr I., tsar of Georgia.--The incombustible tulip.--Saint Nina.--The diamond.--Happiness is within us.--The tribute of roses.--The lot of the holy Virgin.--The comet.--The jewel necklace.--St. Mourvanoss.--Zesva.--the Tale of Mikhian Topic: Legends -- Caucasus
byHuseynov Rizvan Najaf oglu - historian, member of staff a research Institute of Human Rights of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences (ANAS) Associate professor of the Branch of UNESCO Chair on comparative Studies of Spiritual Traditions, their Specific Cultures and Interreligious Dialogue in the Northern Caucasus.
AZERBAIJAN AND ARMENIAN QUESTION IN CAUCASUS This research is created on the basis of the ancient manuscripts and sources, and it's also dedicated to the Azerbaijan's historical territories in the North Caucasus that they attempted to consign to oblivion by any efforts for a period of 200 years. The author made use of near 300 ancient, medieval, and late sources describing the Azerbaijan's territories in the North Caucasus. There cited the quotations from the ancient Syrian, Persian, ancient,... Topics: Caucasus, Azerbaijan, history, Armenia
Selected Bibliography on the Lepidoptera of Caucasus Region. Cent. ent. Stud., Priamus Suppl. 10: 1-44, 1 Map. This bibliographical study contents partial results of the Cesa Projects, Lepidoptera of Asia (LAS). Selected 1018 publications on the Lepidoptera of the Caucasus Region (including Southern Russia, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaidjan and Turkey (in part), have been listed for the first time according to the author names and date of publications. Topics: Caucasus, Lepidoptera, bibliography
The article "Michel (Mixeil) Tsereteli (1878-1965)" of Professor Kalistrat Salia was published in the International Journal "Bedi Kartlisa - Revue de Kartvelologie" (Vol. XIX-XX (N 48-49), Paris, 1965, pp. 7-13). Professor Mikheil (Mikhako) Tsereteli was an outstanding Georgian scientist (Shumerologist), politician and public figure, since 1921 a famous representative of the Georgian Political Emigration. Topics: Georgia, History, Shumerology, Caucasus
A History of Sharvan and Darband in the 10th-11th Centuries (Cambridge, 1958), by Vladimir Minorsky, in 227 pdf pages. Arabic text, English translation, commentary, and extensive scholarly notes. Topics include: 1. Ta'rikh al-Bab [A History of Sharvan and Darband] 2. Other Arabic sources 3. Darband-nama and later historians 4. Historical background; Geography and ethnology; Administrative, social and military organisation. Appendices: Munejjim-bashi on later sharvanshahs; Postscript on... Topics: History, Historical, Caucasus, Medieval, Kingdoms